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Canon NZ continues reshuffle with new GM of Consumer Imaging business

Canon NZ continues reshuffle with new GM of Consumer Imaging business

"This year Canon aims to inspire and enable New Zealanders to do more with what they see."

Canon New Zealand has today announced the appointment of Adam Maxwell to the position of General Manager for the Canon Consumer Imaging business replacing Kim Conner, who was appointed Managing Director of Canon New Zealand in April.

Maxwell joins Canon New Zealand from Independent Liquor and Boundary Road Brewery where he has been General Manager of Marketing and Innovation for the past six and a half years.

Maxwell has held previous roles at DB Breweries and Diageo Great Britain and was a recipient of the prestigious NZ Marketing Association ‘Marketer of the Year‘ award.

Canon Managing Director Kim Conner says Maxwell’s broad and diverse experience is just what Canon needs at a time of continual shifts in consumer behaviour and the rapid growth of global online commerce.

"We were greatly impressed by Adam’s passion and drive and look forward to him steering the brand as a leader in marketing innovation and consumer engagement," Conner says.

"This year Canon aims to inspire and enable New Zealanders to do more with what they see using a unique suite of end-to-end products, services and capabilities.

"My leadership team is always focused on the future and defining Canon’s role in enhancing the customer experience.

"I am very excited to welcome talent such as Adam to this dynamic team."

Conner says Maxwell will also be a part of the Senior Leadership team across Canon’s total business.


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